On 9th of August we were visited by Roman pottery expert Ian Rowlandson who not only provided a fascinating introduction to the subject, but also coached us through identifying many of the […]
A group from SCAG went up the central tower of the Minster yesterday. Part of the reason was to photograph the stonework and especially the finials atop the tower since there maybe […]
SCAG members continue to gently clean, record and photograph the pieces of mediaeval masonry in the Dean’s garden. Peter Ryder and Chris Brooke supervising. The close up shows an intriguing piece which […]
We carry on from where Peter Ryder left us, continuing to draw some of the beautiful stonework. Some lovely 12th century pieces have been uncovered. Where did they come from?
The Vicars Court & Orchard Land HLF funded project has a number of separate but related aspects. One of these is the RECORDING OF LOOSE ARCHITECTURAL FRAGMENTS The site contains a considerable […]